Editorials

Our endorsements for Tuesday’s Primary Election

Next Tuesday (Aug. 5) is the Primary Election, and in many instances, whoever wins the Democratic Party race next week will easily win the November Election. That’s why…

In County Executive race, it’s best to stick with experience

This may not be the most popular political endorsement in the metro area, but when it comes to the race for Wayne County Executive, we’re not inclined for…

News

After 94 years, St. Lad’s will be forced to close its doors

After 94 years, St. Lad’s will be forced to close its doors

  By Charles Sercombe It’s been a long time coming for St. Ladislaus Church. During…

School board election draws a huge field of candidates

School board election draws a huge field of candidates

  By Charles Sercombe It’s been a long time since an election for the Hamtramck…

DPW director admits he’s related to contractor

DPW director admits he’s related to contractor

  Editor’s Note: According to city hall sources, Public Works Director Steve Shaya has been…

After two failed payment plans, councilmember makes good on water bills

After two failed payment plans, councilmember makes good on water bills

By Charles Sercombe It took a year, but City Councilmember Mohammed Hassan has finally caught…

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Business

Car wash offers a personal touch in making your car shine

Car wash offers a personal touch in making your car shine

By Omar Thabet Special to The Review Don’t look now Hamtramck, but a business on the southend has begun to wash away its opponents. International Detail, located at…

Southend now has its own hardware store to call its own

Southend now has its own hardware store to call its own

  By Alan Madeleine Special to The Review Nothing revitalizes an old city like a new business. Even if that business is, well, an old-fashioned kind. The southend…

A city icon serves up its last hamburger

A city icon serves up its last hamburger

By Charles Sercombe Nick Konke has the distinction of being the last person in Hamtramck to order up at Campau Towers. The landmark burger joint at Jos. Campau…

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Letter from the publisher … What a party!

Letter from the publisher  … What a party!

By John Ulaj The Review just held its 5th annual Christmas blowout! As the publisher, I am honored to have served…

News

Final bills come in for snow plowing and cold patching

Final bills come in for snow plowing and cold patching

By Charles Sercombe The bills for last winter’s snow plowing keep coming in. In the most recent three-month financial report submitted by Emergency Manager Cathy Square, Platinum…

Features

School Boardmember celebrates a life well lived and many accomplishments

School Boardmember celebrates a life well lived and many accomplishments

    By Charles Sercombe There’s been one constant in Yvonne Myrick’s long life. The importance of education. Since she was a little girl her mother taught…

Editorials

Our endorsements for state and county races

The August 5th Primary ballot features a number of races that will determine who will ultimately win in November. Let’s start with the State Senate seat for…

Sports

Cosmos player on track to make it big

Cosmos player on track to make it big

By David Piestrzynski If you’ve watched Hamtramck’s football team play this season, then you’ve probably seen Jonathan Blanding. On the field he was pretty much everywhere. Blanding,…